50 Ways to Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes with Balls!

December 19, 2019 - Comment

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DON’T SETTLE FOR LIMP IMITATIONS!
Get the #1 FUNNIEST cookbook & COCKbook on Amazon!
Often imitated, but never duplicated with 95% positive REAL, UNPAID reviews.

Let’s face it. Anyone can copy and paste chicken recipes from the internet, but 50 Ways to Eat Cock is for the experienced epicurean who is tempted by exquisite taste of well-prepared cock.
Cooking cock is harder than you might think. Unlike everyday chicken (which is usually a hen), it can be tough, stringy and dry. Learn to slay this beast from someone who has trained at the breast of some of Europe’s sauciest moms and grandmas.

You’ll be sure to put a smile on everyone’s face with these lip-smacking recipes!

Once revered for his virility and strength, the rooster has taken a back seat to the hen in more recent years. With healthy chicken recipes like Risotto Cock Balls and Cock-o’s, 50 Ways to Eat Cock is a fun and inventive chicken cookbook that takes a revealing look at the folklore, history, culinary culture and nutritional benefits of this well-endowed ingredient. With tongue-in-cheek descriptions, these playful cock recipes are bulging with everything from the quintessential to the quick-and-easy to the downright quirky. You’ll learn how to tame this tough bird meat into succulent and finger-licking gourmet meals. Finally, the noble cock retakes his rightful place at the head of the table.

Grab the hard copy as the perfect Christmas, birthday, Mother’s/Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day and bridal shower gift!* If you want, you can also make any of these recipes with regular ol’ chicken, but they wouldn’t be nearly as fun.

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